Proposed Local Laws

To be heard on September 24, 2019

Proposed local law amending Chapter 86 of the Code of the Town of Hempstead entitled “Building Construction Administration” in order to strengthen the restrictions on Building Department employees from engaging in activities which are inconsistent with, or create a conflict of interest with, their duties or with the interests of the Building Department.

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To be heard on September 24, 2019

A local law to create a new Subsection "E" of Section 121-3 of Chapter 121 of the Town Code, in relation to enacting a blanket prohibition on the sale of e-liquid flavored tobacco product.

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To be heard on August 6, 2019

Proposed local law establishing Chapter 74 of the Town Code entitled “Community Choice Aggregation Energy Program” in order to aggregate the energy supply needs of residents (and small commercial customers), and to negotiate and enter into, or authorize its agent to negotiate and enter into, energy supply agreements with energy service companies (ESCOs) on behalf of eligible citizens to obtain stable, lower-cost energy prices, as well as environmental benefits and/or a community-based solution to meeting our collective energy needs.

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To be heard on August 6, 2019

Proposed amendment to Chapter 152 of the Code of the Town of Hempstead entitled “Animal Shelter and Control Division” in order to establish formal procedures and controls for adjusting, waiving or discounting fees charged by the Animal Shelter.

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Proposed amendment to Town Code Chapter 38 (Code of Ethics) in order to extend the applicable provisions in the code to include a “relative” of a spouse and the spouse of a child or sibling.

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Proposed amendment to Town Code Chapter 38 (Code of Ethics) in order to strengthen the nepotism provisions by: (i) prohibiting a Town employee from influencing the supervision of a relative; and (ii) prohibiting a relative of an elected Town official, commissioner, deputy commissioner, and director and deputy director (“Superior Officer or Employee”) from being assigned to the same office or department as the Superior Officer, except under certain limited circumstances.

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Proposed amendment to Town Code Chapter 64 (Department of Occupational Resources) in order to ensure oversight of the department by requiring Town Board approval for expenditures and submission of an annual balanced budget.

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